Do you have room in your heart and home for a senior? Meet Gracie, our Pet of the Week! This brown tabby cat was brought in by her previous owner in January because they could no longer care for her. Gracie is an affectionate lovebug who would be thrilled to cuddle up with you at […]
Listen and learn my padawan* – here is Ahsoka, our Pet of the Week! This German Shepherd girl was brought in by her previous owner in December because she was having some medical issues that needed to be addressed. Ahsoka lived in a home with another big dog and older children, and her previous owner […]
From February 8th through March 8th, RASKC will be partnering with Bastyr University to promote an 8 week physical activity program for new dog owners. For participating in the program you will receive: A free collar and leash with a plastic bag holder to start walking your dog! A $5 coupon from “All The Best” […]
RASKC has relaunched our partnership with Warm 106.9 FM for Wet Nose Wednesday. Our Pets of the Week now appear on the radio station’s webpage to help spread the word about pets available for adoption. COVID had put a temporary halt to the promotions, which used to include video. Now the Pet of the Week will feature a photo […]
Lluvia Ellison-Morales, our Administrator for Communications and Community Engagement was featured twice this month on Plataforma Latina, a Spanish speaking media platform, on the topics of Walk Your Dog Month and the various services RASKC provides. In addition to discussing animal services, Lluvia is serving as a Spanish speaking spokesperson for Seattle-King County Public Health delivering updates on COVID-19.Continue reading
Meet Nichole! RASKC is super pleased to honor Nichole Clancy with Exceptional Youth recognition. She is 20 years old, a sophomore Zoology major at Colorado State University, who aspires to become a veterinarian. She also served on RASKC’s Early Morning Cat Crew in 2019 and has been fostering since that time. So far Nichole has […]
For our first Video blog edition, we were excited to interview Harrison Pro, a 15 year-old Life Scout with Troop 600, who recently completed an important milestone for his Eagle Scout service project which he dedicated to helping the dogs of RASKC.
Check out the full video interview below as well as the pictures that detail his amazing journey on this blog post!
¿Alguna vez se ha preguntado como RASKC ayuda a ambos animales y el publico? ¡Estos servicios lo harán sentir orgulloso de ser parte de la comunidad!
King County is now in Phase 2 of Gov. Inslee’s “Safe Start” plan, another step forward as we work to carefully and gradually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our focus at Regional Animal Services of King County continues to be helping people and pets safely as our region emerges from the public health emergency. Many […]